The clock is ticking for world wildlife – and yet the largest biodiversity summit, COP15, has been long-delayed. Originally due to take place September 2020, the conference was pushed back by COVID-19 to May 2021 and then again to October.
As the stakeholders finally meet, if only virtually at first, what can they do to curb the sixth mass extinction event in the history of planet Earth? And are we running out of time? The Agenda with Stephen Cole explains.